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What firms can learn from lord of the dance

What firms can learn from lord of the dance

Daring to make changes to how you go about your business can give you the edge on the competition

Notorious PSG attracts €400k of new business

Notorious PSG attracts €400k of new business

The group is on track to beat its projected turnover of €4 million this year

This much I know

This much I know

Jessica King, business director, Mindshare

Irish cosmetics brand takes on the big players

Irish cosmetics brand takes on the big players

So far, so good z  . . . mostly

So far, so good z . . . mostly

Most of the media and marketing world has experienced an uplift in the first half of the year, but not everyone is feeling the benefits. Here, top industry figures discuss the year so far, and their predictions for the rest of 2015

BBC Three’s online move could prove prescient

BBC Three’s online move could prove prescient

The BBC could save £30 million a year by moving its youth channel online

Capitalising on fashion customers' online habits

Capitalising on fashion customers' online habits

Federico Marchetti doesn’t pretend to be a fashion maven, but the Italian businessman knows what online couture customers want – and, crucially, how to get it to them

Smart devices take over

Smart devices take over

It’s a long road to charity

It’s a long road to charity

In an ideal world, Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, Dublin, would discover the next ice bucket challenge.

For all the milk in China

For all the milk in China

Cadbury deal has the X Factor

Cadbury deal has the X Factor

Rothco brings bronze Lion home from Cannes

Rothco brings bronze Lion home from Cannes

Publisher targets commuters

Publisher targets commuters

Eircom’s Special Olympics sponsorship endures

Eircom’s Special Olympics sponsorship endures

Game of Thrones may earn Ireland a king's ransom

Game of Thrones may earn Ireland a king's ransom

New Zealand did very well out of the Lord of the Rings movies, and Ireland looks set to make similar hay from its association with HBO’s hugely successful saga Game of Thrones